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Old 08-22-2013, 08:04 AM   #1
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Saint Andrews is a lovely area with much to do and see. And Kiwanis Oceanfront Camping is a great place to stay!

http://www.kiwanisoceanfrontcamping.com/

We included Fundy Trail out of Saint Martin, and the cities of Saint John and Saint George. Yes, many "Saints" in the Province!

http://www.fundytrailparkway.com/

And the highest tides ever!
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I see from your pictures you also drove the Fundy Trail while in St Martins. A very beautiful and scenic drive. We stopped so many times to take pictures.
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Dave - most excellent! We have not been up the east coast yet and this is certainly on the list. Travel has been short this year, but we did see a bee.
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I see from your pictures you also drove the Fundy Trail while in St Martins. A very beautiful and scenic drive. We stopped so many times to take pictures.
Yep. I got shutter-finger cramps. :-)
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Dave - most excellent! We have not been up the east coast yet and this is certainly on the list. Travel has been short this year, but we did see a bee.
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Well, this was a Canada bee. Teenie weenie compared to the TX variety. ;-)

I did find a TX crawdad up there.

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Teenie weenie compared to the TX variety. ;-)
I always thought that whole thing about 'bigger in Texas' was kind of odd. Texas is big, 268,820 square miles.

But you rarely hear anyone talk about Ontario, it's big too, almost 1/3rd larger than Texas at 354,342 sq miles.
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And then you have Alaska at 633,300 square miles.

Texas, eat your heart out!

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Texas, eat your heart out!

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Believe it our not - it's really not that big a deal to us. We're comfortable with our size but it does make for good jokes and poking fun. I have to say - and many of you know - driving across Texas can wear ya out. Heard the other day - and not sure which ones or where exactly - we have become too poor to continue to pave some roads. So they're turning them over and putting gravel down. That should make the drive nicer.
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And then you have Alaska at 633,300 square miles.

Texas, eat your heart out!

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We were in Alaska last year and saw a sign that read " Texas is Alaskas little sister, cute little thing isnt she?"
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